Foobot is your Good Air Guru, helping you take control of your indoor air quality by monitoring 24/7 the air pollution.

Foobot combines:
- High Tech Sensors for Chemical Pollution (Volatile Organic Compounds) and Physical Pollution (Particles PM2.5)
- Temperature and Humidity
And provides:
- Real time readings and full history.
- Warnings and notifications.
- Actionable advice.
5 Benefits of monitoring your indoor air quality:
- Prevent from being sick
- Avoid Kid's respiratory issues
- Sleep better
- Gain body energy
- Stay focused and productive

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What's New

Version 3.2

GDPR-related update

Ratings and Reviews

3 out of 5

7 Ratings

7 Ratings

I agree. Buggy

Fuzzy blender

I have to agree with pretty much everything that was written. This app, while looking great, is very buggy. The biggest annoyance is that I have to kill the app to get it to refresh (instead of the standard pull to refresh that every other app has).

That said, the hardware device works great.

Extremely buggy app


Since the big update
- Logs off randomly
- shows stale data instead of the latest
- doesn’t show precise data (eg shows 70.0 instead of 69.7)
- timeline view’s time scale often wrong by 12+ hours
- often requires killing app to show accurate data



For the sake of the improvement of this product, I'm just going to give some straightforward criticism here: this is a very disappointing app. I spent good money on the Foobot device that goes with this app. However, the value of the $200 device is completely tied up in the quality of this free app, which just happens to be atrocious. At some point I'll have to make a video detailing the issues, but for now here are a few things: The app often has to be killed in order to accurately update and provide live results. While the user interface is quite attractive at first glance, it is extremely non-intuitive and difficult to use, not to mention it is outright glitchy. It gave me an alert asking me to tell it what room the device was in. I swiped the alert, but no option came up in the app itself to insert this data.
At the bottom of each reading, there are tips. If the tip is more than a sentence or two, it is followed by "..." If you try to click the ellipsis to read the rest of the tip, you are instead taken back to the home screen. If you try again to read the remainder of the tip by clicking the arrow underneath it, that doesn't work either and instead you're taken to a poorly designed graph of logged data. If you click the top bar of the logged data in order to return to the previous screen, you are instead presented with a bewildering list of options for the chart, which you never intended to look at in the first place. If you want to get back to reading your incomplete tip, you need to click the tiny home button, reselect the category you were looking at, and then swipe to the tip. However, you will NEVER be able to read the remainder of the tip (as far as I can tell). Apparently they want to keep it a mystery. Oh, and this applies to about a third of all the tips given in the app.


Airboxlab SA
68.7 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, Simplified Chinese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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